Best vintage crochet patterns for ladiesPrint
We're lucky enough to boast a fabulous selection of vintage crochet patterns here at The Knitting Network HQ.
And when it comes to women's fashion, we've got a number of fabulous ones available for you to purchase in our online shop right now.
Whether you're looking to make yourself some throwback accessories or are keen to crochet a fabulous sweater with a sixties vibe, we're certain we've got a number you'll love. These have all been recreated in modern yarns.
Worked in a delicate chain pattern, this fetching collar is an accessory that will transform any outfit. Layer over a plain tea or the neckline of your favourite dress.
With scalloped edges and a figure-flattering fitted shape, this button-up top is made using a crochet pattern from 1954. Choose a brightly coloured 4-ply yarn and add a vibrant splash of colour to your wardrobe.
Although the body of the top is knitted in stocking stitch with single-rib welts and tiny garter-stitch edgings, the flowers are crocheted - making it worthy of our vintage crochet patterns for women round-up.
The individual petals are worked in double crochet and trebles.
These dainty gloves are worked in chain and double stitch using a 2.50 crochet needle. Embroidered diamonds with a crocheted cord too, they will fit an average lady's hand once complete.
If, like us, you love all things 1960s, you'll find this petite bag hard to resist. Just the right size for storing all of your essentials, it will certainly give any ensemble a throwback finish.
The crochet pattern can be traced back to 1961 when it was featured in Woman's Weekly.
Measuring approximately 8 x 8 cm/ 3.25 x 3.25in, this cute and colourful mirror case was first published in a 1946 issue of Woman's Weekly.
Just as stylish today as it was all those years ago, it's the perfect size for popping in your handbag, ready for when you need on-the-go touch-ups. It's also a vintage crochet pattern project that's perfect for beginners.